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  • The second floor is a community room available to rent for various activities.
  • The pair believed they could make some money by renting their place out.
  • It is also available for rent to host parties and other special events.
  • When not being used by the major events the track can be rented.
  • It was located inside a rented room within a former high school.
  • He rented a nearby hotel room for a month to be near her.
  • The media is put into the box at the same time that the rent is signed.
  • They had to sell all their houses and continued to rent them.
  • He told me too, that night, that he'd used rent boys.
  • These people may own a second home in the town or pay rent for up to six months each year.
  • The Hall was then rented out or used for other family members to live in.
  • Their first album was recorded in a studio rented by the hour.
  • Residents owned their houses but rented the land when they joined together to buy it.
  • However, he was unable to hold council house rents down as far as he wished.
  • He made up his mind to move there and rented a house and the area surrounding it.
  • She declined family charity and moved into a small rented one-room house.
  • He never again lived with his family, instead renting an apartment and living alone.
  • The club had previously owned many of the houses on the road and rented them to players.
  • They reached the scene of the attack from a nearby hotel where they had rented a room.
  • In exchange, the Church expected rent or other services, such as military protection.
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Meaning of rent

  • noun A payment or series of payments made by the lessee to an owner for use of some property, facility, equipment, or service
  • noun The act of rending or ripping or splitting something
    he gave the envelope a vigorous rip
  • verb Let for money
    We rented our apartment to friends while we were abroad
  • verb Hold under a lease or rental agreement; of goods and services